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Iorg's Long, Impressive Road to Erie

There's so much to say about Cale Iorg that trying to describe him is a daunting task. At the age of 23 he's experienced and accomplished things that would take many a few lifetimes to fulfill. Do you tell his story as a baseball player, or do you describe him as a the incredible human that he is? Both prisms are too narrow to really encapsulate the journey he has taken to get where he is today.

The story on Iorg, like him, is a long one – all 74 inches. You could spend pages discussing his upbringing: how he basically grew up in clubhouses while tagging along with his father, who managed in the Blue Jays' minor league system before becoming a roving instructor for the Brewers, and spent his youth taking batting practice and playing catch with future major leaguers. Then there's his...

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